Adaptive Path believes that no training dollar should be left unspent, and so we’re featuring a promotion across next year’s three San Francisco events that can take advantage of your remaining 2007 training budgets.
As I wrote about earlier, UX Intensive takes place February 19-22, offering four days of learning and hands-on activities for intermediate-to-advanced UX practitioners. Register by December 31 and pay only $1,695 for all four days (compared to the $2,495 full price).
We’ve just announced dates for MX San Francisco 2008, April 21-22, taking place in the gorgeous Mark Hopkins hotel atop Nob Hill. Speakers at prior MX events included Tim Brown (CEO of IDEO), Irene Au (Director of User Experience at Google), Khoi Vinh (Design Director at The New York Times), and Scott Berkun (author of The Myths of Innovation). Register by December 31 for only $995 — a full 33% off the $1,495 full price.
And last but definitely not least, UX Week 2008 (August 12-15) will be our biggest and boldest conference yet. We’ve already lined up Don Norman, Scott Griffith (CEO of Zipcar), and Adaptive Path founders Jeffrey Veen and Mike Kuniavsky. (And we’ll be announcing a whole bunch more soon.) Register by December 31 and pay only $1,695 ($2,495 full price).
We’re excited to be “coming home” with our events next year, and we look forward to seeing you there!